American expat Virginia Hall is recruited to be a spy for the Allies during World War II.
The Labour Party's Ed Miliband loses to current Prime Minister David Cameron in the U.K. election.
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Jordan Klepper reports on an underrepresented voice in British democracy: money.
Jessica Williams looks for a job with Paula Deen, and Rob Riggle compliments John's work.
The author shares his book, "On the Map: A Mind-Expanding Exploration of the Way the World Looks."
Fifty Shades of Grey replaces the Bible in hotels, and astronauts get vegan food in space.
Tags: exclusives, mashups, elections, voting, mcdonald's, mitt romney, music, democrats, space, barack obama, taxes, debt, fox news, fifty shades of grey, olympics, england, london, sports, soccer, cnn, puppets, chick-fil-a, mars, america, china, peru, stephest colbchella '012, paul simon, birth control, nbc
Olympic boxing gold medalist Claressa Shields discusses her training routine and role models.
Brian Williams highlights his Olympic experience and his coverage of Paul Ryan's voting record.
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Mitt Romney announces Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan as his vice presidential nominee.
John Grunsfeld discusses NASA's rover, Curiosity, and its quest for organic compounds on Mars.
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